The most successful Giving Day campaigns begin with setting clear goals. But why not just dive in and start creating your fundraising profile or writing donor communications? The answer is simple. Setting initial goals helps your team paint a clear picture of your fundraising objectives so expectations can be met and donors and fundraisers know how to best support your initiatives.
Giving Days are some of the most exciting, productive fundraising events that nonprofits host each year. These periods of intense fundraising last just 24 hours, generating urgency and rallying the community to help reach your goal.
Your board cares about your nonprofit’s mission as much as you do, so help them be effective at promoting and fundraising on your organization’s behalf.
You already know the importance of using online fundraising as part of your overall fundraising strategy – but does your board fully support it?
For a Giving Day, there’s no such thing as too much help or too much outreach. The more people you have involved with promoting your cause, the better! And some of the people you’ll want to recruit first are your board members.
Your board members can play a fundamental role in your #GivingTuesday success.